This week’s public notices embody an alcohol licence software by a brand new Neapolitan pizza restaurant and plans to knock down a dilapidated constructing at St Mark’s Hospital.
A pizza restaurant has utilized for an alcohol licence on the Watermark scheme in Maidenhead city centre.
Knead Neapolitan Pizza is pledging to supply a style of Italy with pizzas cooked from scratch from its new dwelling at Unit A Trinity Place.
The eatery is in search of permission from Windsor and Maidenhead council to promote alcohol from 11.30am to 10pm, Monday to Sunday.
The venue can also be in search of permission to promote takeaway meals.
Earlier this yr the Advertiser spoke to husband and spouse duo Simon and Olivia Perry, from Flackwell Heath, who described the opening of their new eatery as a ‘dream come true’.
The corporate has been predominantly mobile-based because it was based in 2018 however has additionally been serving pizzas out of the Artful Taproom kitchen in Marlow Excessive Road.
Simon informed the Advertiser: “That is going to be our first pizzeria and we’re so excited. Having been largely mobile-based, it’s going to current new challenges however we can not wait to open our doorways and realise a dream that has been years within the making.”
An software has been submitted to demolish a ‘dilapidated’ constructing at St Mark’s Hospital in Maidenhead.
NHS Property Companies, proprietor of the positioning in St Mark’s Highway, is seeking to knock down Block 19.
A design and entry assertion stated: “Block 19 is at present in a dilapidated state of restore, requiring quick consideration as a result of it’s changing into more and more unsafe. There isn’t a intention to erect something rather than Block 19 as soon as it has been faraway from the positioning.”
The appliance added that a part of the constructing at present accommodates asbestos and its demolition won’t hurt the opposite heritage belongings positioned on the positioning.
Go to www.rbwm.gov.uk and search 22/02919/FULL on the planning portal to view the appliance.
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